Conference Posters

DSC_0664 Species Diversity Workshop Westonbirt 18 09 2012

Broadleaf woodland, Westonbirt, England. Photo: E. R. Wilson 2012.

Silviculture Series

  1. Morgan, P., and E. R. Wilson. 2013. The AFI Network: monitoring continuous cover forests in Europe. Society of American Foresters National Convention 2013 – Silviculture Matters! North Charleston, South Carolina, USA, 23-27 October 2013. [view pdf] pdficon_small or SlideShare
  2. Wilson, E. R., and P. Morgan. 2013. Long-term research in uneven-aged silviculture at Glentress Forest, Scotland. Society of American Foresters National Convention 2013 – Silviculture Matters. North Charleston, South Carolina, USA, 23-27 October 2013. [view pdf] pdficon_small or SlideShare
  3. Wilson, E. R., and B. C. Nicoll. 2007. The architecture of seedling root systems: importance for establishment and long-term stability of plantation forests. 4th International Symposium on Dynamics of Physiological Processes in Roots of Woody Plants, University of Wales, Bangor, Wales. 16-19 September 2007. (Abstract published)
  4. Wilson, E. R., D. C. Malcolm and B. C. Nicoll. 2007.  Contrasting patterns of root regeneration in seedlings of pine and spruce: importance for plantation establishment. 4th International Symposium on Dynamics of Physiological Processes in Roots of Woody Plants, University of Wales, Bangor, Wales. 16-19 September 2007. (Abstract published) [Published online]
  5. Clark, J., E. R. Wilson and E. Casson-du Mont. 2003. Assessment of form and productivity at four breeding seedling orchards of Fraxinus excelsior: 10-yr results. Society of Experimental Biology, Annual Meeting, Southampton. 31 March, 2003. (Abstract published)
  6. Wilson, E. R. 2002. Transplanting stress in conifer seedlings. Arboricultural Association Conference. Churchill College, University of Cambridge, 16-18 September 2002. (Abstract published)
  7. McIver, H.W., E. R. Wilson and D.C. Malcolm. 1998. The Upland Forestry Field Course, Scotland. 2nd Biennial Conference on University Education in Natural Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, 7-10 March, 1998. (Abstract published)

Environment and Health Series

      1. Wilson, E. R. 2011. Lyme disease in Britain: current status and strategies for prevention. 10th UK Lyme and Tick Borne Diseases Conference, Lyme Disease Action (LDA). Wills Hall, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK. 17 September 2011.
      2. Wilson, E. R., A. Jorgensen and A. E. van den Berg. 2011. The health benefits of trees and woods in urban greenspace: a randomised-controlled trial of the restorative and stress relieving properties of contrasting woodland types. 7th Annual Research Meeting, Medical School, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, 20-21 June 2011. [Nominated, Medical School Research Prize, 2011] (Abstract published)
      3. Wilson, E. R., A. Jorgensen and A. E. van den Berg. 2011. A walk on the wild side: evaluating stress relief and the restorative potential of trees in urban greenspaces.  UKMSA International Conference 2011, Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth, UK, 11 May 2011. [Nominated, BJHM Scientific Research Prize, 2011]
      4. Wilson, E. R. 2010. Tick bites and Lyme disease: public health information for forest users. International Lyme and Associated Disease Society UK Conference. Basic Lyme: an introduction to testing and treatment of tick borne disease for medical professionals. Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London, 12 June 2010.
      5. Wilson, E. R., and A. Jorgensen. 2009. Evaluating the restorative potential of urban green and open spaces: does perceived naturalness make a difference? Centre for Inquiry-based Learning in the Arts and Social Sciences (CILASS) Research Conference, University of Sheffield, Sheffield. 14 October 2009. (Abstract published)

Silviculture Research International - HOME